|CELEBRATE 50 YEARS OF EARTH DAY WITH DOCUMENTARIES FOCUSING ON CURRENT ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES|
FROM AWARD-WINNING FILMMAKER LESLIE IWERKS
NOW AVAILABLE TO STREAM FOR FREE
In celebration of Earth Day on April 22, 2020, Academy and Emmy Award-nominated filmmaker Leslie Iwerks, director of the acclaimed new Disney+ docuseries, The Imagineering Story, has released three of her award-winning documentaries to raise awareness about pressing environmental issues.
Celebrate 50 years of Earth Day with the films below, PIPE DREAMS, DOWNSTREAM and DIRTY OIL, now available to stream for free on YouTube
Across the heartland of America, farmers and landowners are fighting to protect their land, their water, and their livelihood in what has become the most controversial environmental battle in the U.S. today: The Keystone XL Pipeline. Shortlisted for an Academy Award, the film is directed by Leslie Iwerks and narrated by Darryl Hannah.
The story of one aboriginal community and a lone doctor pitted against industry and government when rare cancers are detected downstream from the toxic Oil Sands operations in Alberta, Canada. Shortlisted for an Academy Award, the film is directed by Leslie Iwerks.
This hard hitting feature documentary goes deep behind-the-scenes into the strip-mined world of North Alberta, Canada where the vast and toxic Tar sands deposits have been a long time supplier of oil to the U.S.. The film is directed by Leslie Iwerks and narrated by Neve Campbell.